Announcement

November 10 meeting - Nagios and Cacti

Sat, 2011-10-29 17:28

Topic: Nagios and Cacti
Presenter: Dylan Lusk
When: Thursday, November 10, 7pm
Where: Red Hat HQ, NCSU Centennial Campus
Map: http://www.redhat.com/about/contact/ww/americas/raleigh.html

No network is complete without an effective monitoring solution, and who doesn't love a good graph or two?

Come to TriLUG's November meeting to learn the ins and outs of network and service monitoring. Fellow TriLUG member Dylan Lusk will introduce Nagios and Cacti, two premier projects in the world of FOSS monitoring tools.

Dylan will go into the details of setting up a host system to monitor the health of your network. He will then show how to setup and integrate devices and services into the monitoring.

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October 13 meeting - FabLab

Fri, 2011-09-23 09:10

Topic: FabLab
Presenter: Drew Nelson
When: Thursday, October 13th, 7pm
Where: Red Hat HQ, NCSU Centennial Campus
Map: http://www.redhat.com/about/contact/ww/americas/raleigh.html
Permalink: http://trilug.org/2011-10-13/fablab

Drew will take us through the challenges and rewards of using Open Source software at FabLab.

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August 11 meeting - Technically Speaking...

Fri, 2011-07-22 22:08

When: Thursday, August 11th, 7pm
Where: Red Hat HQ, NCSU Centennial Campus
Map: http://www.redhat.com/about/contact/ww/americas/raleigh.html

One of the coolest parts about TriLUG is how the members share their
projects with the rest of the group. Most of the TriLUG meeting presentations
over the last year have been given by members, not by outside guests.
But, geeks that we are, many of us are more comfortable in front of a laptop
(or a green screen terminal) than we are in front of a crowd.

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July 14 meeting - AirPrint and mDNS

Fri, 2011-06-24 10:19

When: Thursday, July 14th, 7pm
Where: Red Hat HQ, NCSU Centennial Campus
Map: http://www.redhat.com/about/contact/ww/americas/raleigh.html

Zero configuration networking allows machines on a network to publish their capabilities for others to use, without requiring an administrator to specifically list those services in a directory.

TriLUG member Jym Williams-Zavada will be taking a look at two zeroconf services, AirPrint and mDNS. Both of these technologies were introduced by Apple, and now they are gaining support on other platforms as well.

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June 9 meeting - Android and openness

Mon, 2011-05-30 20:57

When: Thursday, June 9th, 7pm
Where: Red Hat HQ, NCSU Centennial Campus
Map: http://www.redhat.com/about/contact/ww/americas/raleigh.html

Android has taken the mobile market by storm, in part due to its open source nature (did you know it is based on the Linux kernel?). However, Android development has had to walk a delicate line between developers demanding openness and the established mobile industry that prefers to lock everything down.

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Announcing the inaugural TriLUG survey!

Tue, 2011-04-26 15:46

Exciting times are at hand!

As one might guess from the subject of this announcement, the TriLUG Steering Committee is unleashing its first experiment in the realm of data and demographics. We have carefully crafted our inaugural online survey, one which we hope will reveal who our constituents are and how they feel about TriLUG.

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April 14 meeting: intro to iSCSI and cost effective NAS

Wed, 2011-04-06 13:11

Topic: A practical introduction to iSCSI and cost effective NAS solutions
Presenter: Jon Magrini
When: 7PM, Thursday April 14, 2011
Where: Red Hat Worldwide Headquarters
Permalink: http://trilug.org/2011-04-14/storage

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March 10 meeting - High Availability, Low Dollar Load Balancing

Tue, 2011-02-15 13:42

Synposis: True high availability load balancing traditionally involves specialized, expensive hardware and software. However, you can build advanced, high availability configurations without a single point of failure using nothing but open source tools and commodity hardware. This talk will include a discussion of several tools, configurations, and advantages and disadvantages thereof. All tools involved are 100% free and open source.

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LUG Organizational Choices, Summary, 13 January 2011

Sun, 2011-01-16 18:27

Ten years ago, TriLUG started operating as a North Carolina non-profit
corporation, in order to accept hardware and monetary donations, in turn
re-donating to schools and local LUGs, acting as an incubator for promoting
Linux. Over time, Linux has become more mainstream, is accepted in the
business world, and even used at schools. TriLUG's mission has therefore
changed accordingly, to become more of an educational and social group for
technology and Open Source. Although we're still devoted to education and
outreach, our income and expenses are now related to pizza and meetings.

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Organizational meeting - December 2

Thu, 2010-11-11 10:33

RESCHEDULED: Thursday, December 2, 2010

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For the last ten years, TriLUG has been operating as a NC non-profit corporation. In the early days, that structure was necessary because the LUG accepted donated hardware and re-donated it to schools and local LUG's. Since then, Linux has become more mainstream, accepted at corporations, and sometimes even used at schools. And in that time, TriLUG's mission has changed significantly, from being an incubator to more of an educational/technical/social group.

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